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OCR athletes have an insatiable thirst for information on training and racing. We’ve found that many of our listeners appreciate it when we filed questions. This episode does exactly that. We have chosen from a long list of questions presented to us, many we were unable to get to in the time we had. This episode features a handful of those questions and our opinions relative to the topics presented.
This was a special episode of Patriots Fourth And Two as Miguel Benzan who is a Patriots salary cap expert, joined the show to talk about the Patriots off-season. Miguel shared his thoughts on Dont'a Hightower, Stephon Gilmore, Malcom Butler, Jimmy Garoppolo, Brandin Cooks, and Dwayne Allen. There will be a second interview with Miguel that will be recorded soon to discuss the rest of the Patriots moves this off-season.
The fourth offseason episode of Just Blog Baby’s Oakland Raiders Podcast, featuring Dylan Park, Nick Hjeltness and Ryan Lopes.
This week, we were joined by special guest Eddie Borsilli of Sirius XM's Moving The Chains.
We cover quite a bit in the latest episode, including:
Oakland's own free agents How much cap room the Raiders will have Derek Carr and Gabe Jackson extensions Borsilli's free agency buzz Dream signings in free agency Under the radar free agents NFL Combine standouts and disappointments First three rounds of the NFL Draft Las Vegas Stadium Update And much more.
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The Pickaxe Podcast is back this time with Zach Mikash, Gordon Gross and Ryan Blackburn breaking down the week that was the Denver Nuggets. Zach and Gordon break into the uptick in defense and talk about how MAson Plumlee has had a positive effect on the team. Then finally Ryan is located and steps in to talk about how Nikola Jokic gets no respect from the refs. From there the discussion goes into a myriad of topics. First they discuss Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler and Will Barton and what their long term future is with the team. Next they talk about how the Nuggets have played well over the past 11 games but it may noth be enough to get them into the playoffs with Portland looming. The guys also share thier predicitions on what might happen.
The second half of the episode dives into the two games agains the Los Angeles LAkers and Los Angereles Clippers and how the Nuggets were able to get the victories. Finally the guys talk about the season as a whole and whether or not it can be determined a success even if the team doesn't make it into the playoffs. They also discuss how Jokic is becomign a superstar as well as who have been some of the most impresswive players around him.
DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take a deep dive on an eight game NBA slate for FanDuel and DraftKings. The big story today is injuries to some key players. Dwayne Wade is out for the rest of the season meaning Jimmy Butler gets a major bump in expected usage and Rajon Rondo likely seeing continued huge minutes at the starting point guard.
Also, Isaiah Thomas will sit for the Celtics putting Marcus Smart in as the starter. He’s likely a chalk play with the rest of the Celtics seeing moderate usage bumps against a dreadful Brooklyn team.
They also spend time discussing what to make of the Pelicans tonight against the Rockets in a game that features the highest over/under of the evening.
Then at the 45:20 mark Doug jumps on with Chris Durell to talk this weekend’s NASCAR Camping World 500.
It's another Sweet 16 appearance for the Jayhawks, who defeated No. 9 Michigan State on Sunday in impressive fashion to advance to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament. We give full takeaways on the frontcourt situation and what it should look like in the coming days.
It was a wild weekend filled with the upsets missing from the first round, so we recap all of the games from around the country and preview the Sweet 16 round. We're also there to give a full, in-depth preview on the Purdue Boilermakers, and whether or not they'll be able to slow the Jayhawks in Kansas City.
Also included: lots of #AskRCB questions, as well as an extended Romantic Corner segment!
A week into spring training, the Rockies have gotten their first hit of bad news. David Dahl's back is a bigger issue than originally thought, threatening to keep the dreamiest Rockies player off the field for possibly the rest of the Cactus League slate. We'll discuss what that means for Colorado's Opening Day roster and who, if anyone, should play instead of Gerardo Parra if Dahl isn't 100 percent healthy by the start of the season.
The World Baseball Classic's fourth installment is here, and Anthony and Tyler break down why people seem to be so averse to it despite their love for things like, you know, every other sport's highest level of international competition.
Plus, we're taking tons of #AskPDPs this week, which you can always submit on Twitter or through the ol' email inbox. A sampling: is bread, once toasted, still bread?
(Yes. Of course it is, you monster.)
We don’t have a game to break down this week because of Mother Nature, but to make up for it, we’re bringing you an extra guest! Former Orlando City goalkeeper Miguel Gallardo — now the club’s sideline analyst and community ambassador — joins us to discuss his new roles with the club, his time with the Lions, and his time in Jacksonville. And we also welcome Eugene Rupinski from The Brotherly Game to give us the Philadelphia perspective on the Lions vs. the Union this Saturday.
We may not have a game to recap, but we sure do have a lot of news. Orlando City goalkeeper Joe Bendik extended his contract through 2020, Seb Hines underwent knee surgery, the Orlando Pride opened preseason camp and might sign Brazilian superstar Marta, OCB got a new Brazilian defender from the club’s partnership with Atletico Paranaense, and we discuss the expansion battle between the United clubs from Minnesota and Atlanta.
After Miguel talks to us about his gig and what it was like to face his old Orlando City teammates, Eugene jumped on and told us a bit about this year’s edition of the Union and what we can expect for Saturday. Spoiler: the Union are still a pretty good soccer team.
And of course, we can’t possibly sign off without our key match-ups and final predictions, which you absolutely shouldn’t use as a basis for any wagering.
Here’s the show this week:
0:13- Orlando City gets a snow day, Bendik gets a new deal, Hines gets his knee repaired, Pride get started, OCB gets a defender, and Minnesota gets a new MLS record it probably didn’t want.
37:46- Miguel Gallardo checks in with us and tells us what he’ll be doing this season for the club. He also talks about what we might see this weekend.
53:19- Eugene Rupinski gives us the 411 on the Union so far this season.
1:06:12- Key match-ups and predictions!
Travis Bryant and Cameron Hawkins of South Kongress blog fame hosts this nearly 3 hour, weekly caller, email and tweet driven show discussing the happenings of pro wrestling television. Live calls are taken at 347-202-0103 and email at EastCoastAudioShow@gmail.com
NBA teams who outscore their opponents over a full season but have a losing record are relatively rare in the NBA. We take a look back at some of the most notable instances in the latest episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA Podcast.
Jason Mann talks with Miles Wray of The Step Back about his investigation into recent teams who have managed to have a positive scoring margin and a losing record, with five current teams (Miami, Milwaukee, Charlotte, Minnesota and Denver) very close to doing so this season.
First we look at some of the recent teams who have done so, including Kevin Love's 2014 Timberwolves, the 2015 and 2016 Jazz, Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder sparking the 2015 Celtics, and an oddball 2008 post-Allen Iverson 76ers squad. Digging deeper into history, we look at some Dolph Schayes-led Syracuse Nationals teams in the 1950s, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's 1975 Bucks and 1976 Lakers, and the 1981 Rockets and Kings (two 40-42 teams who faced off in the Western Conference Finals), and look at how often this happened to teams on the rise, including the 1987 Bulls with Michael Jordan, the 1989 Trail Blazers with Clyde Drexler, the 1992 Pacers with Reggie Miller, and the 2007 Magic with Dwight Howard.
Check out Miles' article at The Step Back: http://fansided.com/2017/03/10/nba-teams-positive-scoring-margin-losing-record/
This week, we're joined by LL's resident MiLB aficionado Ethan Novak, as well as site intern Ben Thoen. We discuss some of the major storylines heading into Spring Training: Felix, World Baseball Classic, and the youth movement on the 2017 roster.
Music: Thundercat - Friend Zone, DJ Premier Ft. Miguel - 2 Lovin U, Future Islands - Ran
The GABACast is here and making history. For the first time in GABA history, the website's podcast is talking about a Men's NCAA Tournament that the South Carolina Gamecocks are actually playing in! In this episode we talk about:
Our baseball review SEC Tournament recap The Gamecocks' seeding and matchup against Marquette (and possibly Duke!) The women's chances in their tournament and how Alaina Coates' injury effects their chances. Thanks for listening!
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